The parent company of radio stations Big Country 95.3 and 96.5 in Dumas, and Amarillo, TX announce the launch of “Stars Over Texas”, the first Texas Red Dirt Video Music Channel on Roku, Amazon Fire and Apple TV.

The free app will be available on all devices, from your favorite play store. “Stars Over Texas” is the creation of radio veteran Chris Lash, whose Whiplash Radio, owns the Texas Panhandle radio stations. With Television Syndication Inc, and partner, syndicated Texas Red Dirt radio host, Mike Bilansky, the new channel will feature the top artists on the Red Dirt music scene. Core artist videos include: Randy Rogers Band, Aaron Watson, Cody Johnson, Jason Boland and the Stragglers, Bruce Robison, Sunny Sweeny, Cory Morrow, Wade Bowen, Kelly Willis, Casey Donahew, Josh Ward, Whiskey Myers, Parker McCollum, Cody Jinks, Koe Wetzel, Stoney LaRue, Randall King, Kolby Cooper, The Chad Cooke Band, Kin Faux, Pat Green, Kevin Fowler, Jack Ingram and many more.

Video vignettes highlight the sights of the entire state of Texas. “I couldn’t be more excited about the launch of “Stars Over Texas.” said channel creator Chris Lash. “We will debut commercial-free on July 4th. We’re already in the process of putting together artist interviews, showcase concerts, and a weekly video countdown show.” added Lash ” I am excited for this new channel to launch. Now we can show the rest of the world what Texas Red Dirt music is all about” said Bilansky, who hosts the weekly Dancetime in Texas radio show on 43 stations including 12 in Europe and Australia. “From the dancehalls to your home, Stars Over Texas TV will give you a front row seat to all your favorite Texas Red Dirt artists.”

Bilansky added. Artists have been looking for something like this for years, adding exposure to the music they record, and perform all over the state. “Stars Over Texas” debuts at the perfect time, as artists return to live performances following the Covid-19 pandemic. “While watching the recent country music awards featuring the top country artists in Nashville. Both Mike and I noticed something. There were very few artists wearing cowboy hats. It’s something we all do proudly in Texas. One of us then said, our channel will be putting the “Cowboy Back in Country.” And that’s exactly what we intend to do.” said Lash.

Download the app to your TV, and all devices on July 4th. Search “Stars Over Texas TV.”

Chris Lash is available for interviews and all media inquiries via email at [email protected] or 352-434-8317.